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post #1 of 7 Old 06-13-2012, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Front Crank Seal

The front crank seal on the balancing wheel is leaking. I know this is attached to the LPOP but I don't fully understand the operation. I am considering doing this repair myself and would like some recommendations. It looks like I can pull out the fan and then pull the wheel off and replace the seal and push it back on. Is it as simple as that?
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Got the same issue going on with my 02. Did you ever fix it? Was it a seal or the LPOP leaking?
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Yeah I got it fixed. It was the front seal. It was a PITA but got it done. Some tips:
Use an air chisle to get the fan nut off.
Find the right size harmonic balancer puller or youll end up fabing one out of 1/4" steel like me.
Use channel locks to pull the old seal.
Good luck. Its nice having a leak (amost) free truck.

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Since your doing it I'd recommend a melling pump, comes with the seal, definite improvement over stock


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very interested in this cause.........................mines leaking lol..........is there a write up on it????? wheres a good place to get a melling pump cheap?????? ya im a cheap a%$
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Riffraffdiesel.com has one for $88.08. Cheapest I've found so far.
Riffraff Diesel: Melling M208 Low Pressure Oil Pump LPOP
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Looks like it's $108 now ....

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